Throwback Thursday – coal’s fortunes in the UK

Coal’s potential resurgence was the main talking point in the November 2001 issue of Power Engineering International Magazine, which you can read about here.

But coal was in better health then than it is now, with so much coal-fired capacity recently closing that a British power generation energy gap looms large for the middle of this decade, which you may have caught on PEi online this week, here.
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